Vesicular stomatitis virus, TEM

Vesicular stomatitis virus, TEM

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Caption: Vesicular stomatitis virus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) particles (purple) budding from a host cell (green). Viruses replicate using the host cell's genetic machinery. These virus particles have formed in a cultured cell. VSV is a disease that infects sheep, horses and goats, and is similar to foot and mouth disease.

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Keywords: biological, biology, budding, cell, coloured, culture, cultured, disease, false-coloured, infected, infection, livestock, microbiological, microbiology, pathogen, replicating, tem, transmission electron microscope, vesicular stomatitis virus, virus, vsv

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